If the header returns an absolute path as a redirect, don't simply append the path to the old URL, remove the old absolute path first.

For example, original URL:

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/07/28/birmingham_uni_car_cracker_muzzled_by_lords/print.html

Redirect from header:

/Print/2013/07/28/birmingham_uni_car_cracker_muzzled_by_lords/

Incorrect result:

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/07/28/birmingham_uni_car_cracker_muzzled_by_lords/print.html/Print/2013/07/28/birmingham_uni_car_cracker_muzzled_by_lords/

Correct result after this patch:

http://www.theregister.co.uk/Print/2013/07/28/birmingham_uni_car_cracker_muzzled_by_lords/
pull/745/head
Matthew Exon 9 years ago
parent 04681618da
commit eb9bd03ef8
  1. 2
      include/network.php

@ -93,7 +93,7 @@ function fetch_url($url,$binary = false, &$redirects = 0, $timeout = 0, $accept_
$newurl = trim(array_pop($matches));
}
if(strpos($newurl,'/') === 0)
$newurl = $url . $newurl;
$newurl = $old_location_info["scheme"]."://".$old_location_info["host"].$newurl;
if (filter_var($newurl, FILTER_VALIDATE_URL)) {
$redirects++;
return fetch_url($newurl,$binary,$redirects,$timeout);

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